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Sweet Miracle In Sao Paulo


Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 72:35, 74:38, 19:27
Catalog: None:
Source: Audience (MD Master)
Date: November 22, 2002
Location: Est?dio Morumbi, S?o Paulo, Brazil

Three Stooges Intro   1:00
Tom Sawyer   4:49
Distant Early Warning   4:59
New World Man   4:10
Roll The Bones   6:05
Earthshine   6:14
YYZ   4:40
The Pass   5:12
Bravado   6:20
The Big Money   6:05
The Trees   5:18
Freewill   5:35
Closer To The Heart   3:17
Natural Science   8:49

One Little Victory   7:43
Driven   5:10
Ghost Rider   5:50
Secret Touch   7:00
Dreamline   5:19
Red Sector A   5:21
Leave That Thing Alone   4:56
The Rhythm Method   7:57
Resist   4:29
2112: Overture / The Temples Of Syrinx   6:48
Limelight   4:31
La Villa Strangiato   9:32

The Spirit Of Radio   5:10
By-Tor & The Snow Dog   5:19
Cygnus X-1   3:09
Working Man   5:47

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Average Rating:Audio: 4.5

   (Audio - 4.5)

This another source for the S?o Paulo show. It's complete, except for a small cut due to mini-disc change in the end of La Villa Strangiato (after Alex's rant) and the beginning of The Spirit of Radio (it starts on the "Begin the day" verse).

For me this is a better source than "Brazilian Big Victory", the raw source that is already circulating out there, which Henrique started spreading around December 2002. While BBV gets a C/C+ in my ratings due to the huge distortion level, this one gets a B-, although there are a few C+ moments, like in "Tom Sawyer" (due to the HUGE stadium noise hehehehe) or "Roll The Bones". This is however a pretty more listenable show, and a recommended upgrade for the ones interested in the Brazilian shows. Overall, this sounds a bit worse than "Thousands of Songs", so it's somewhere between ToS and BBV.

This is the raw source, untouched by the taper. There was no editing or remastering done on it.

It was recorded from the upper blue chair section, very far from the stage. For me it's specially interesting because I was at the lower blue chair section (just below the taper!), which means that it sounds similar to what I've heard that night, including the "between-songs" chants. Surprisingly there is a lot less volume fluctuation than I expected... from where I was, due to wind and stadium acoustics, the volume fluctuation was huge throughout the whole show. So this recording turned out to be a lot better than I thought!

Also, it still doesn't have artwork... however, I have a lot of "photo-material" from this show and I could give a couple of suggestions for the artwork too. So if there's somebody out there who is able and willing to make the the art for this bootleg, it will be greatly appreciated, as I do not have any "Photoshop knowledge".

I'll make the show available in SHN format on the DC hub, but as I cannot be online in the hub for the most part of the day (the computer is used by 4 people in my house) and my upload speed is only 128 kbps, this may take awhile to get circulated there.

But if you want a copy of this show through snail mail, email me and I'll make sure you get a copy in a trade. Well that's all!    (2003-01-05)

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